TOMLParams is a new open-source library that helps Python developers to externalize parameters in TOML files. This post will explain why storing parameters in non-code files is beneficial (including for reproducibility), why TOML was chosen, and some of the useful features of the library, which include structured sets of parameters …Continue reading
I had the pleasure of discussing TDDA with Peter Schmidt on his Coding for Thought podcast.
I think it came out really well, so this might be a nice way for people to learn about the ideas and motivations for the ideas and the library, which Simon Brown, Sam Rhynas …Continue reading
This post is a standing post that we plan to try to keep up to date, describing options for obtaining the open-source Python TDDA library that we maintain.
Using pip from PyPI
If you don't need source, and have Python installed, the easiest way to get the TDDA library is …Continue reading
users can use the built-in
This post illustrates using Rexpy to find regular expressions for UK postcodes.
A …Continue reading
Our previous post introduced the idea of data provenance (a.k.a. data lineage), which has been discussed on a couple of podcasts recently. This is an issue that is close to our hearts at Stochastic Solutions. Here, we'll talk about how we handle this issue, both methodologically and in …Continue reading